By : Director of Port and Dredging Jakarta, August 9th 2011
LAW NO. 22/1999 LAW NO. 21/1992 about aboutRegional Autonomy Shipping LAW NO. 32/2004 LAW 17/2008 GOV REG. NO. 69/2001 about about aboutRegional Autonomy Shipping Port Affairs GOV REG NO. 61/2009 about Port Affairs
USED AS GUIDELINES CONTAINS : NATIONAL PORT POLICY AND ACCORDANCE WITH:LOCATION PLAN AND NATIONAL/PROVINSIAL/ PORT HIERARCHY REGENCY/CITY PLAN NPMP IN STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL STIPULATED BYCONDITION CAN BE MINISTRY FOR A REVIEWED MORE PERIOD OF 20 THAN ONCE IN A 5 YEARS YEARS CAN BE REVIEWED ONCE IN A 5 YEARS
CONCEPT NPMP & NPS (Based on Shipping Law 17/2008 and Gov. Reg. 61/2009) MAIN PORTS Criteria & variableHIERARCHY ROLE & COLLECTOR PORTS Major activity of ports:FUNGTION A flow of goods, loading/ OF PORTS unloading and containers FEEDER PORTS Access to Hinterland : Artery network Collector network/ and Local network CLUSTERING Distance to International ASSESSMENT METHODE and National Sea Lane International National (ALKI) Legality approach Syatem : Main ports SEA PORTS NPS Collector ports Feeder ports Spatial plan Social economic development Special development: PORTS Natural resources Distance to Center of Strategic initiatives (National Activity (PKN) and International) Role and Dev. of Regional RIVER AND LAKE PORTS Infrastrucure availability NPMP of Ports: Length of ships served Draft (Depth of Quaywall)
NATIONALPORT SYSTEM Is nationwide port system depicting the port planning based on economic zone, geography and regional comparative superiority, and natural condition NPS contains: a. role, function, types and hierarchy of the port; b. National Port Master Plan; and c. port location
NATIONAL PORT MASTERPLAN CONCEPT Planning Main Themes Responsible Measuring Horizon (Key Outputs) (Funding) Success (Updates) 30 years + Strategic DGST Transport costNational Ports Plan (every 5 years) Scale of need Government Trade growth Human Resources Zoning PPP 5 to 10 years Infrastructure Port Authority Over Capacity Port Master Plan (every 3 years) Investment Plan Land Bank Port Authority Local Government Port utilization Concessions Operators 3 to 5 years*** Operations Port Operators Performance (every year) Budget/Profit Port Operators Level of service Crane productivity Operators Berth productivity Business Plan Dwell times Tariffs
NATIONAL PORT MASTERPLAN OVERVIEWThe NPMP is a Strategic overview and plan for the port sector in Indonesia as required byLaw No. 17 Year 2008. It has to inform more detailed plans, Port Master Plans. The NPMPhas to take into account: • National and regional socio‐economy development • Natural resource development • National and international strategic developments NPMP VISIONIn 2030 the National Port System of Indonesia will contribute to consistently reducinginternational and domestic transport costs by:• Accommodating ships that will provide the lowest sea-freight costs• Serving ships promptly and effectively without causing undue delay• Deliver high levels of cargo handling productivity• Optimise the cost of port service delivery The Directorate General of Sea Transportation will encourage the port sector to do this byimplementing and regulating policies that• Identify and stimulate port development opportunities that meet market demand• Mobilize private investment to create and operate appropriate cargo handling capacity• Manage competition between terminals to improve the quality of port service deliveryThe policies will be implemented to ensure social stability is maintained as effectively as practicalin a rapidly changing world
COMMODITIES Units 2010 2020 2030Containers mTEU 10 21 42General Cargo MT 14 25 43Coal MT 252 468 500Petroleum Product1 MT 12 40 107CPO2 MT 21 32 401Depends on decision on refinery construction2Could expand faster apart from environmental constraints
Mega Economic Center Economic Center Sumatra EC Kalimantan EC Bali – Nusa Tenggara EC Java EC Sulawesi EC Papua – Kepulauan Maluku EC1. Sumatera Economic Corridor as a “Center for Production and Processing of Natural Resources and as Nation’s Energy Reserves”2. Java Economic Corridor as a “Driver for National Industry and Service Provision”3. Kalimantan Economic Corridor as a “Center for Production and Processing of Natural Resources and Energy Reserves”4. Sulawesi Economic Corridor as a “Center for Production and Processing of National Agricultural, Plantation, Fishery, Oil & Gas, and Minning”5. Bali – Nusa Tenggara Economic Corridor as a “Gateway for Tourism and National Food Support”6. Papua – Kepulauan Maluku Economic Corridor as a “Center for Development of Food, Fisheries, Energy, and National Minning”
REGION MAIN PORT Belawan/Kuala Tanjung, Dumai, Teluk Bayur, Pekanbaru, Batam,North Sumatra/Aceh Pembuangan, Sibolga, Aceh, Bintan, Teluk TapangWest Kalimantan Pontianak, Teluk Air Palembang and Environs, Panjang, Jambi, Bengkulu, TelukSouth Sumatra Semangka, Bangka/BelitungEast-South Kalimantan Balikpapan and Environs, Samarinda, Banjarmasin, SangkulirangSouth-Central Sulawesi Makassar, Pare-Pare, Luwuk and Environs Tanjung Priok and Environs, Tanjung Perak and Environs, TanjungJava Emas, Pelabuhan Ratu, Balongan/Cirebon, Cilacap, Jepara, 13 Other LocationsBali-NT Tanah AmpoThe East Bitung, Jayapura, Merauke, Ambon, Sorong, Halmahera
Critical Projects – Fast TrackTanjung Priok New Container TerminalsTanjung Perak New Container TerminalsBanjarmasin New Container Terminal Projects needed in next five yearBelawan New Container Terminal or extensionPontianak Extension of Container TerminalEast Java & Madura Development of new port areaWest Java Development of new port areaPalembang General cargo or bulk handling facilitiesPanjang General cargo or bulk handling facilitiesBelawan, Ambon, Dumai,Panjang, Teluk Bayur, Common user petroleum productsMakassar, Banjamarsin, terminalsBitung, Tanjung Emas
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